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Korean Fir

…specimen tree. From a young age, this stunning conifer produces fairytale, violet-blue cones that sit upright on evergreen branches. The foliage of Abies koreana is much softer and wider than the needles of our native spruces, giving the tree a full and neatly conical…  More Info

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Picea abies 'Little Gem'

A species which normally reaches large proportions, Picea abies 'Little Gem' is very different - with a mature height of just 50cm (20)! This dwarf Norway Spruce is a very slow-growing, evergreen conifer, with dense dark green leaves which form an overall cushion habit. As the new…  More Info

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Nordman Fir Tree

Most commonly known as the favourite fir tree to use as a Christmas tree, Abies nordmanniana, or the Nordmann Fir, is and evergreen conifer which can grown in excess of 30m if left. New growth starts out an attractive light green before it matures to match the rest of the rich dark…  More Info

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Fraser Fir Tree

A slow growing fir tree that does not lose it?s needles over time and also has the added bonus of a fantastic pine frangrance too. Abies fraseri, also known as the Fraser fir, maintains a dense habit with a typical conical shape you?d expect from this type of tree. The young cones…  More Info

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Concolor Fir Tree

…tree, the concolor fir, is also known as the White Fir and is renowned for its beautiful blue-green foliage that makes it stand out from other firs. Abies concolor also bears cylindrical, yellow/green cones, which mature to the natural brown colour. The neat and regular…  More Info

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